Elle in the press

Anderson told Cyclocross Magazine that she will not be able to start at World Championships in Bogense this Saturday. Anderson joins injured Magnus Sheffield as two late scratches from the U.S. Worlds team.

In her words, here’s an update on the unfortunate news from Anderson.

Cyclocross Training with Elle Anderson | Strava

Cyclocross Training with Elle Anderson November 12 th , 2015 Elle Anderson Racing is underway for Strava employee and American cyclocross pro Elle Anderson . In this installment, Elle shares stories and insights from her pre-season training in San Francisco, California: How she stays motivated through the toughest workouts, how she celebrates the easy days, and how each ride fits into the big picture. More of Elle’s cyclocross training and racing tips to come as the cyclocross season heats up. …

Visualization and Mental Training for Bike Racing | Strava

Visualization and Mental Training for Bike Racing January 14 th , 2016 Elle Anderson Racing in frigid conditions on a brutal course, Elle Anderson stormed to fourth place at the US Cyclocross Nationals Championships in Asheville, NC. Her ride earned her a slot to represent the United States at the UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium at the end of January. During this comeback season, Elle has overcome numerous challenges to rise to the top. Learn about the mental side …

Five Skills to Master for Cyclocross | Strava

Five Skills to Master for Cyclocross December 2 nd , 2015 Elle Anderson Drawing from her pre-season training in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, Elle Anderson describes how she refines her technical skill in practice, and how she applies the techniques to the races. If asked to describe my favorite type of cyclocross course, it would definitely be muddy and technically demanding. I love when a course, or course conditions, push my limits and cause me to focus fully on each moment. Cyclocross …

Cyclocross is Here. Belgium is Calling. | Strava

Cyclocross is Here. Belgium is Calling. October 8 th , 2015 Andrew Vontz After a big Belgian cyclocross campaign during the 2014-15 season, American pro and Strava employee Elle Anderson heads to the races with more experience and wisdom this fall. Part of her new approach is the SRAM/Strava team created expressly to support her racing program. Throughout the season, Elle will provide insider tips on cyclocross training and racing along with her reflections on tackling the biggest races in the …

Cyclocross Race Day Rituals | Strava

Cyclocross Race Day Rituals December 22 nd , 2015 Elle Anderson Elle recently traveled down to Southern California in the Strava sprinter van for the next stop on the U.S. cyclocross circuit. The race, CXLA – Long Beach Edition, took place at El Dorado park with temperatures reaching 80 degrees and a dry and fast course. In this piece, Elle takes us along for the day, describing how she prepares for the races. Wake up, it’s race day. A mixture of nervous thoughts and excitement course through m…

Behind the Scenes with Elle Anderson | Strava

Behind the Scenes with Elle Anderson December 23rd. As we strive to support the incredible athletes we serve every day, we also look for ways to help our own employees. Elle Anderson , a key member of our support team, has not only thrived in her career at Strava but also as a professional racer on the bike. The cyclocross champ has been with Strava since 2010, at the infancy of the company, when the team was only eight people strong.

America’s top cyclocross racers battle for titles this weekend at the USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships on the grounds of one of the nation’s largest and most iconic homes – the Biltmore Estates in Ashville, N.C. Here are some names and storylines to watch: After spending last season in Belgium, Elle Anderson (SRAM-Strava) took an extended break over the summer to recharge for the season. She showed good form with an eighth place New Year’s Day at the BPost Bank Trophy race in Baal, Belgium.

Elle Goes Full Time 1x – SRAM.com

On an overcast winter’s day, Strava-SRAM pro cyclocross racer Elle Anderson reflects on her My1x Journey and feels gratitude for the sights, smells, and simplicity of riding.
It’s a gray and rainy day in Europe between the last few cyclocross races of the season, and what better a way to spend the time then staring at the gray sky in reflection? It feels only natural to dream of the sun-drenched routes and short-sleeved jerseys of my summer training.

Elle Anderson is one of international cyclocross racing’s rising stars. A relative newcomer to the sport, the last few seasons have seen her achieve results on both sides of the Atlantic, with top-5 finishes in World Cup events as well as podiums in US ProCX events. After a solid 2014/2015 cyclocross season, Anderson stepped away from the bike for a period of time. However, the urge to race caught up with her and she garnered the support of SRAM and Strava.

Elle Anderson announces new SRAM-Strava cyclocross team – VeloNews.com

Strava, Anderson’s current employer, will continue to be involved in her cyclocross racing, allowing a flexible work schedule in the fall and winter. “Regardless of the highs and lows last season, I’m grateful I got the opportunity to be based in Belgium,” Anderson said, “After some time off the bike this summer, I’m now in a much better place mentally and physically. I’m ready to get back to work and take all the hard-earned lessons with me.”

Foundation Work – SRAM.com

More Rest and New Approach Help Elle Anderson Get Back on the PodiumElle Anderson is back amongst the top Elite Women of U.S. cyclocross. She has a new one-person team, SRAM/Strava, and a new approach this season. The early results are impressive. Anderson placed third in the UCI C1 race Nov. 7 at the Derby City Cup in Louisville, Ky. She also was third last weekend on Day 2 of the Subaru Cyclo Cup in Lakewood, Wash.All Images © Wil Matthews Photo

GripGrab Local Hero Elle Anderson rides for the SRAM/Strava cyclocross team and aims for a top-10 finish at the CX worlds in her Racing gloves.
Born in Stowe, Vermont USA, 29.03.1988
Lives in San Francisco, CA
Primary Occupation: Strava Support Community Manager
Primary sport(s): Cyclocross

Elle Anderson–Free to Ride – Peloton Magazine

A former Catholic Monastery deep in the Dutch countryside is not where you would expect to find one of the brightest talents in American cyclocross. But through the Christmas period the Watersley Sports Park, based around the 17th century Watersley Huis, has been home for Elle Anderson (Strava/SRAM) as she pursues her dream of European …

Friends, racers, and coworkers, Elle Anderson (left) and Caitlin Bernstein (right) at Stinner headquarters standing in front of their Strava race van. Meet Caitlin Bernstein (Caitlin’s Strava athlete page) and Elle Anderson (Elle’s Strava athlete page) close friends from Vermont living and working in San Francisco. Elle races for the SRAM-Strava cyclocross team and Caitlin was spending the UCI cross race in LA guest riding for the team. Elle, in some sense, is a seasoned racer, having spent 2014 and 2015 racing in Belgium and time racing with the U.S. national team. In the coming weeks with support from USA Cycling, she’ll be racing two UCI Cyclocross World Cups in frigid Belgium.

Interview with Elle Anderson – Pretty Damned Fast

Interview with Elle by Natalie Tapias, Photography by Andy Bokanev U.S. Women’s Pro Cyclocross is composed of a group of incredibly interesting and dynamic racers. Coming from a variety of different athletic backgrounds and from all over the country, these women compete week-in and week-out in Elite UCI races, often representing the USA in Europe, most frequently in the heartland of the sport in Belgium. One of these racers is Elle Anderson, who’s talent has not gone unnoticed and who…

Crosshairs Radio: Episode 12: Elle Anderson

Elle Anderson (Strava/SRAM) joins us for a great conversation on episode 12 of Crosshairs Radio. Elle grew up with dreams of being a downhill skier, but after spending her childhood years chasing that dream, she gave it up and eventually found the bike. First just for fun and later as a way to fulfill her competitive drive. Elle quickly rose through the ranks of American Cyclocross, with a string of UCI wins, finishing on the podium at Nationals and getting a ride on a Belgian team last season.&…